11 Philly Food Trucks That Will Pull Right Up to Your Wedding

Doughnuts, pizza, ice cream — the choice is yours.


These Philly food trucks serve as rolling restaurants for your wedding. Photo by Inna Spivakova of Peach Plum Pear Photography

Whether you’re looking to fill some time — and serve some fun apps — during cocktail hour or send your guests off with a killer late-night snack, these Philly food trucks are sure to leave you and your party totally satisfied.

Beiler’s Doughnuts

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Where: In addition to Beiler’s hub in Reading Terminal Market, the shop has locations in University City and Lancaster. The doughnut trailer is only brought out for special events.
What: Beiler’s concoctions are a sweet staple here in Philly. Lines at its Reading Terminal Market outpost cause serious congestion in the already crammed aisles. Cap off your wedding night with a decadent treat — the three packages, ranging from two hours and 600 doughnuts to eight hours and 2,000 doughnuts, ensure your guests won’t go home hungry.

Byz. Empire


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Where: The truck visits a rotating list of breweries throughout the Philly area, in addition to serving local events and providing catering services.
What: Byz. Empire (short for Byzantium) specializes in Southern and Eastern European cooking. The tasty Mediterranean dishes include rosemary-and-garlic-marinated lamb chops, octopus salad with tomato, cucumber and feta, and smoked beets resting atop a kuri squash emulsion. With the full-service wedding package, guests will enjoy passed hors d’oeuvres and full table service. But for something a bit more laid-back, the food truck will take your taste buds on a culinary trip.

The Cow and the Curd


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Where: The truck makes daily appearances throughout the city and New Jersey.
What: Move over, fancy cheese plate. This 2013 Best of Philly winner is a fan favorite for its battered, fried cheese curds — a Midwest specialty that locals crave. They pair especially well with beer and would be the perfect companion to any one of these local brews.

Dos Hermanos Tacos


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Where: The location changes weekly, so check out the truck’s Instagram every Monday for an update.
What: Having this truck pull up to your wedding reception and sling these hand-held snacks is sure to thrill your guests. Dos Hermanos serves a la carte-style options. You’ll start with a taco price per person, then add on other musts — elote, churros, Mexican sodas, and all the chips and guac you want.

Mom-Mom’s Polish Food Cart


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Where: 1505 South Street, Grad Hospital
What: Make your Polish grandmother proud by having Mom-Mom’s pull up to your wedding reception and prepare its finest traditional delicacies, from pierogies to kielbasa. Mom-Mom’s offers different choices to serve you and your guests properly — family-style plated meals, a walk-up (yes, to the truck) option where you can make your own plate, entree stations and a buffet.

Philly Fry Food Truck

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Where: Check Instagram and Facebook for the weekly schedule.
What: What better end-of-the-night food is there than a cup of crispy french fries? This truck will arrive at your wedding ready to serve your guests some seasoned, cheese-covered or plain (if that’s your thing) slivers of potato goodness, along with two signature loaded iterations. A digital menu board will display your wedding hashtag or special messages — about your love for french fries, but of course.



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Where: Find the truck parked locally during the week.
What: If a steaming slice of pizza sounds like the dish for your Big Day, then feast your eyes on Pitruco’s bright red truck. The brick-oven wood-fired pies are baked right in the vehicle. The team will also whip up an assortment of antipasti and meat and cheese platters for further snacking.

Red Stone Pizza Truck


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Where: The schedule varies, so check Instagram or Facebook for the latest location.
What: If there’s one wedding crowd-pleaser you can’t go wrong with, it’s pizza. The friendly staff will send out five different varieties of hot pies for your guests — right from the truck. Flavors range from shrimp and tomato to meat lover to grilled veggie. Servingware and paper products are included.

Scoops ’N’ Smiles

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Where: Two brick-and-mortar spots at 327 East King Street, Malvern and 6 East Gay Street, West Chester, plus the traveling Scoops ’N’ Smiles Ice Cream Truck
What: Picture your summer wedding. Now picture it ending with an ice cream cone in hand — by way of Scoops ’N’ Smiles. Its staff will come ready with four flavors of delicious Dutch-crafted ice cream (Blueberry Swirl! Fluffer Nutter!) and homemade water ice as well as toppings and utensils. Are you grinning yet?

Sweet Box Cupcakes


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Where: The truck is available for private events only; the storefront is located at 339 South 13th Street, Washington Square West.
What: Thanks to the shop that Gretchen Fantini opened in 2013, you can indulge in Sweet Box Cupcakes almost any day of the week. But for your wedding, you’ll want to recruit her darling pink-and-brown truck (she started as a mobile business in 2011) to pass out treats to your guests.

Popalong Truck


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Where: The joint Popalong Truck concept from Weckerly’s Ice Cream (its flagship scoop shop is located at 9 West Girard Avenue, Fishtown) and Lil Pop Shop (265 South 44th Street, University City) caters throughout the area.
What: Jen Weckerly’s homegrown store is a staple for Philadelphians with a sweet tooth. Its “micro-creamery” churns out locally sourced, homemade ice cream and seasonal ice cream sandwiches, which are the perfect end (or beginning) to any wedding party. Lil Pop Shop, meanwhile, keeps things cool with cute popsicles, pies and cookies. And their Popalong Truck can motor right up to your venue to refresh your guests; packages come in two different price points.

This article is an updated version of a story originally published by Alexandra Leshner. 

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